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Top Answer: I think it's the economic factor. This solution has the lowest cost for storage systems.
Top Answer: If I had to choose a new aspect for the system, it would be the rebalancing. The ease of use during capacity upgrades would be the most important improvement. I don't know if they manage it better… more »
Top Answer: We used Scality during the capacity extension.
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WOSScality RING, RING8
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Overview

DDN WOS is the most comprehensive object storage solution that is purpose-built to address the relentless growth of data in the most adaptable and efficient manner—all with the absolute minimum storage management required. Designed for a wide range of applications and use cases, WOS enables the creation of an almost limitless Exascale storage pool that delivers predictable and reliable high-performance at any scale.

Scality RING object storage enables enterprises and cloud service providers to run petabyte-scale, data-rich services like web applications, VOD, active archives, compliance archives, and private storage clouds. The RING is software, so you can deploy it on standard x86 servers of your choice, taking advantage of server and media innovation over time. Acting as a single, distributed system, the RING can scale linearly across thousands of servers, multiple sites, and an unlimited number of objects. Data is protected with policy-based replication, erasure coding, and geo-distribution, achieving up to 14 9s of durability and 100% availability.
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Airbus, BP, PayPal, SAS, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Indiana University, SymantecComcast, TimeWarner Cable, EuroSport, Orange, Deluxe, DailtMotion, SFR, RTL, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Telstra
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Find out what your peers are saying about and others in File and Object Storage. Updated: October 2020.
443,152 professionals have used our research since 2012.
DDN WOS is ranked 17th in File and Object Storage while Scality RING8 is ranked 8th in File and Object Storage with 1 review. DDN WOS is rated 0.0, while Scality RING8 is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Scality RING8 writes "Low cost storage system that has good support". DDN WOS is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, Dell EMC ECS, Pure Storage FlashBlade and NetApp StorageGRID, whereas Scality RING8 is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, Cloudian HyperStore, Qumulo, Dell EMC ECS and NetApp StorageGRID.

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